'My job is to make people feel safe': Jacinda Ardern says it was an 'obvious decision' to wear a hijab as she grieved following the massacre of 50 Muslims - Kogonuso

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Mar 25, 2019

'My job is to make people feel safe': Jacinda Ardern says it was an 'obvious decision' to wear a hijab as she grieved following the massacre of 50 Muslims

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has spoken about her decision to wear a hijab in solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of the Christchurch shooting.
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The New Zealand leader appeared in an emotional interview with host Waleed Aly on The Project on Monday night where she weighed in on the aftermath of the attack and its impact on the community.

Ms Ardern was asked about her decision to don a black headscarf as she comforted victims' families - an image that has since become 'iconic.'

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